Israeli Gas, Norwegian Know-how

Israel’s gas industry is still in an embryonic stage. Having little experience in the production and delivery of natural gas, Israel must import equipment, technology and know-how in order to take advantage of the opportunities waiting beneath the sea. Norway has been in the business since the 1960s and many of its energy companies are…

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Israel’s Gas Discoveries

COUNTDOWN TO A NEW ERA Last October, the largest infrastructure project in Israel’s history set sail from Corpus Christi, Texas and has come to rest at the Tamar natural gas field, some 90 km off Israel’s Mediterranean northern shore. Weighing in at 34,000 tons, the platform will be able to process 1.2 billion standard cubic…

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